Questionable demand for diesel and the high cost of emissions-mitigation technology have Chrysler LLC rethinking its plan to build a Jeep Grand Cherokee that features a Bluetec engine. Bluetec is the Mercedes-Benz brand of advanced technology that helps enable diesel engines to comply with strict emissions standards in key markets such as California and New York. Passenger vehicles powered by conventional diesel engines currently are shut out of those regions. Chrysler announced last ...

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